South Africa
Water Festival takes Eshowe by Storm!
Posted by John Wesley School -Eshowe, South Africa on 2 September 2015
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One of our info tables at our water fest!

On the Friday we specifically invited classrooms from other schools in Eshowe to come through our Water Festival. The event was hosted by seven of our grade five learners each taking on the task of presenting a different aspect of water. Each learner had her own table on which to display the work she’d done on water. We had 133 learners come through the hall, learning about water and how important it is, why we must conserve it and how to save! On the Saturday, we opened the Festival to the general public. The grade 6 and 7 classes took on an entrepreneurial task and provided face-painting, delicious eats and a jumping castle for further amusement. Overall 1500 people heard about our festival, 333 people came and 130 made water promises!




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